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Even though Kevin McHale said goodbye to Artie Abrams a long time ago, it's clear that Glee still holds a special place in his heart. I recently had a chance to talk with the 30-year-old about his upcoming solo EP Boy, and the former "Gleek" in me couldn't resist taking a trip down memory lane. While he admits that his new music is "a big leap" from the character he played on the Fox show, he credits Glee for freeing him musically.
"We had to do so much music on that show," he explained. "That show pushed us out of our comfort zone every single episode, whether it was a scene about a controversial topic or doing a song that was in a genre I wouldn't ever think I would perform. I think that just helps you build a stronger faith or sense of self as an artist, where it's like, 'OK, I've done this so now I know what I'm capable of and I know if I push myself I can do something I didn't think I could do.'"
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While he was on the show for six seasons, McHale's fondest memory wasn't actually on set, it was doing Glee Live! In Concert!, which ran from May 2010 to July 2011. "I really loved going on tour," he said. "Look, it was really hard. We had been filming for 10 months, and normally you'd go on hiatus, but then we [went] on tour. So everyone was really run down and it was hard and exhausting, but being able to perform in arenas with my best friends for our super, super dedicated fans felt like...
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